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Chhattisgarh Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination
Scheme of Examination

The Examination shall be conducted in three stages, namely,
(i) Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)
(ii) Main Examination (Written Type)
(iii) Viva voce (Interview)
The scheme of the examinations shall be as follows: -
(a) Preliminary Examination
The preliminary examination shall be of the duration of two hours consisting of objective-type questions from the following :

1. Indian Penal Code

2. Code of Civil Procedure

3. Code of Criminal Procedure

4. Indian Evidence Act

5. Constitution of India

6. Transfer of Property Act

7. Contract Act

8. Limitation Act

9. Accommodation Control Act

10. Court Fees Act

11. Specific Reliefs Act

12. Registration Act

13. CG Land Revenue Code.

(b) Main Examination (Written) (Max. Marks 100)
For main Examination, the relatively more meritorious candidates from among those who appeared in the preliminary examination in the ratio of 1:10 have regard to the number of vacancies, shall be called for final examination to be conducted which shall consist of :

1. Framing of Issues and writing of Judgment in Civil Cases. (Max. Marks 40)

2. Framing of Charges and writing of Judgment in Criminal Cases. (Max. Marks 40)

3. Translation :

· English to Hindi - Maximum 10 marks.

· Hindi to English - Maximum 10 marks.

(c) Viva-voce (Interview)
Relatively more meritorious candidates from among those who appeared in the Main Examination in the ratio of [1:10]1 having regard to the number of vacancies, shall be called for final examination to be conducted.

Disclaimer: Author has tried his best to provide syllabus that is true and accurate as of the date of writing; however, all the syllabii on the the present blog should be double checked for their accuracy and current applicability. For details

Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination
Scheme of Examination

The examination will be held in three stages:

(I) Preliminary Examination - There will be Preliminary Examination which shall consist of two papers of objective questions of multiple choice.
(II) Main Examination - The main written test amongst the candidates successful in Preliminary Examination, will comprise of five papers. First: General Knowledge, Second: Language, Third: Law-I (Substantive Law), Fourth: Law-II(Procedure & Evidence) and Fifth: Law-III (Penal, Revenue & Local Laws).
(III) Interview - The candidates, who in the opinion of the Selection Committee qualify, after scrutiny of application and written test, shall have to appear for interview. The interview will be of 100 marks.

Syllabus for Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination
The preliminary examination for Civil Judge (Junior Division) will consist of two papers.
Paper No.1: General Knowledge
This paper will be of 150 marks and 2 hours duration.

There will be a paper of “General Knowledge”. The paper may include questions based on topics relating to History of India and Indian Culture, Geography of India, Indian Polity, current national issues and topics of social relevance, India and the World, Indian Economy, International Affairs and institutions and development in the field of Science & Technology, communication and space.
The nature and standards of questions in these papers will be such that a well-educated person will be able to answer them without any specialized study.
Paper No.2: Law
This paper will be of 300 marks and 2 hours duration.
This paper will include day to day happenings around India and the world, particularlr in Legal spheres, Acts and Laws. The paper may include questions based on Jurisprudence, International Organisations, Current International Affairs, Indian Constitution, Transfer of Property Act, Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Civil procedure Code, Criminal procedure Code, Law of contracts.

Syllabus for Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge (Junior Division) Main Examination
The main examination for Civil Judge ( Junior Division) will consist of five papers.
Paper No.1: General Knowledge
This paper will be of 200 marks.

There will be a paper of “General Knowledge”. The paper may include questions based on topics relating to History of India and Indian Culture, Geography of India, Indian Polity, current national issues and topics of social relevance, India and the World, Indian Economy, International Affairs and institutions and development in the field of Science & Technology, communication and space.
The nature and standards of questions in these papers will be such that a well-educated person will be able to answer them without any specialized study.
Paper No.2: Language
This paper will be of 200 marks.
It shall comprise four questions as specified below:-
(i) Essay to be written in English -60 marks
(ii) English Précis writing -60 marks
(iii) Translation of passage from Hindi to English -40 marks
(iv) Translation of passage from English to Hindi -40 marks
Paper No.3: Law-I (Substantive Law)
This paper will be of 200 marks.

The question set will be restricted to the field covered by- The Law of Contracts, the Law of Partnership, the Law concerning easements and torts, the Law relating to transfer of property including the principles of equity specifically applicable thereto, the principle of equity with special reference to the law of trust and specific relief, Hindu Law, Mohammedan Law and Constitutional Law. There shall be questions of 50 marks in relation to Constitutional Law alone.
Paper No.4: Law II (Procedure and Evidence)
This paper will be of 200 marks.

Questions set will be restricted to the field covered by- The Laws of Evidence, The Criminal Procedure Code and Code of Civil Procedure, including the principles of pleading.
The questions set will relate mainly to practical matters such as the framing of charges and issues, the methods of dealing with the evidence of witnesses, the writing of judgment of session trials, appeals, revision and the conduct of cases generally but will not be restricted to them.
Paper No.5: Law III (Penal, Revenue and Local Laws)
This paper will be of 200 marks.

Questions set will be restricted to the field covered by- Indian Penal Code, the Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act 1951, Uttar Pradesh Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act 1972. U.P. Municipalities Act, U.P. Panchayat Raj Act, U.P. Consolidation of Holdings Act, U.P. Urban (Planning and Development) Act 1973, together with rules framed under the aforesaid Acts.
Answer to the questions of Local Laws will be compulsory. Questions pertaining to penal Laws will be of 50 marks, whereas, that of Revenue and Local Laws will be of 150 marks.
Note :--

(1) The candidates will have a choice to answer General Knowledge and Law Papers either in Hindi or in English.
(2) The Commission reserves the right to refuse to call for interview any candidate who has not obtained such marks in th Law papers as to justify such refusal.
(3) The marks obtained in the interview will be added to the marks obtained in the written papers and the candidates’ place will depend on the aggregate of both.

Disclaimer: Author has tried his best to provide syllabus that is true and accurate as of the date of writing; however, all the syllabii on the the present blog should be double checked for their accuracy and current applicability. For details

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